Occupational Therapy (OT)
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What is Occupational Therapy (OT)?
UR Medicine's Approach
UR Medicine's Occupational Therapy program offers three kinds of OT:
Outpatient occupational therapy provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment to address deficits which affect a person’s everyday function related to things like vision, cognition, motor planning, strength, range of motion of the upper extremity, perception, sensation, and dexterity.
Inpatient occupational therapy in the hospital setting helps patients regain independence, with functional tasks to safely transition to the next level of care. This therapy would be provided on the inpatient acute care units or as part of the inpatient rehabilitation program.
Pediatric occupational therapy helps children gain independence while also strengthening the development of necessary skills for them to play, engage in education, complete self-care, and socialize.
What Sets Us Apart?
Our dozens of occupational therapists cover a full range of specialties, so patients get care from practitioners with expertise in their particular circumstances.
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